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Introducing HPAIR Ambassador ‘Ploy’

It was a cold evening during the HPAIR Conference 2014 at Harvard University. I remember sitting at a table with a bunch of other delegates at Dolphin, a seafood restaurant serving delicious lobsters (not dolphins!), in Boston. We didn’t talk much about the local cuisine, but had funny conversations about the advantages of various European … Continue reading

St Andrews: The Ripple Effect

A few days back a fellow computer science student at St. Andrews asked me “you want to own the world don’t you?” It took me a few seconds to realize that it was a poke towards management studies. Sometimes you are stuck in a quicksand, questioning your raison d’être : the harder you fight, the … Continue reading

Girls 20 Summit 2014

The G(irls)20 Summit is a special conference for young females between 18 and 20 years from the G20 countries, the European and African Unions, Pakistan, Afghanistan and the MENA region. It is set out to give young women the possibility to discuss and support female roles in their homecountry’s economy. Delegates are supposed to carry … Continue reading

Introducing HPAIR Ambassador ‘Riddhima’

We have already wrote a couple of times about the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) in the past, but due to popular demand we decided to also focus on the upcoming HPAIR 2014 Harvard Conference, for which you can still apply until December, 15th. Traditionally, the organizing committee consists of students of … Continue reading

Career advice by Maria Southey (VP and Lead Financial Officer at American Express)

Today we will treat you with an exclusive interview with Maria Southey, Vice President and Lead Financial Officer for UK Consumer Card Business and EMEA Partner Card Services at American Express. Moreover Maria is a Non-Executive Director of Alpha Card, a joint venture between American Express and BNP Paribas Fortis. She is based in London. … Continue reading

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